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The transformation of Coppola's filmography certainly is a story of it own, but note that not without reason. After the heartbreak that is One from the Heart, the director's experimental excursions became riskier and riskier with films like Rumble Fish and The Outcasts. And the product from all those risks is a surprising commission by Tri Star: Peggy Sue Gets Married.
Deep in the roots of Hollywood 80s curiosity, caused by the endemic craze that George Lucas' Star Wars saga…
What a freaking surprise. Skepticism isn't allowed in the best Predator movie since Predator, amd I'd even go to the point that it's the best one. Prey exercises simplicity and practicality at its finest allegory. No big explosions nor a smorgasbord of "technical innovations." It's just what it is, and it's beautiful.
While flawed, I cannot deny that my comic book addicted heart loved everything that James Gunn concocted, as The Suicide Squad is the treatment that I've been looking for in a DC material. A completely untouched and unbothered James Gunn is on the prime of all his talents, with his over the top and animated imagery that can give you the time of your life. Daniel Melchiora's Ratcatcher and John Cena's Peacemaker are the two co-MVPs, but don't get me…